Try again. Negotiation:
mutual discussion and arrangement of the terms of a transaction or agreement
the process of discussing something with someone in order to reach an agreement, or the discussions themselves
As we know, we simply had the deal they offered, take it or leave it. No negotiating.
If you try to apply that to any transaction, it loses any value as a word. You can go into some stores and negotiate the price. You can go into other stores and they'll tell you they don't negotiate the price. In both cases, you may buy the product, but in only one is there actual negotiation.
Doesn't matter how late it was. People who test things are normally going to sign an NDA. It is COMMON SENSE.
That's weird, considering how many people kept saying it should have been shipped long ago, no matter that then, you know, it was far more incomplete. I don't consider my device "incomplete". Sure, over time it can do more, but from the start it did the main things. Is an iphone with iOS 9.0 "incomplete" because later they add capabilities in 9.1, etc? I don't think so.
You were complaining about an NDA even before we knew about it. Good move if you DON'T want to be selected!
Which is what SHOULD happen if you violate the terms. Why would they want a permanently working unit out in the wild, possibly given to competitors? You seem to want WT to act stupidly.
Actually, you may well be wrong on this as well. Consistency not always being a good thing!
They said from the start that TREG would be done in waves. At the time, we all thought they'd choose the people and ship over a period of a week or so. That was, of course, an assumption, but one I made myself so clearly a logical one . Based on what we've seen so far, everyone was wrong. After all, we've seen four TREG groups so far and they have said more will be coming - I think even after general shipping.
Which means that one of the groups will probably be Android or other users when that is ready. It would also make perfect sense to include them WHEN IT IS READY. Which would mean that all those people who listed Android devices were NOT "ruled out". Rather just not included in the first batches. When they are ready with the Android app, they would not only be considered, but would probably be a priority since they already would have plenty of iOS testers.
They may even choose you, though, frankly, I wouldn't. If you cant figure out the usage of "negotiation" or understand that concerts can be listed as "sold out" well in advance, or primarily make your arguments by claiming someone works for Waytools, or that people have "stockholm syndrome", then why would I trust your judgment?